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The Grammy Awards 2014: All the dresses!
The 2014 Grammy winners
Julia Roberts, 2001:
Not only did Julia walk away with an Oscar for her role in Erin Brokovitch, but also in one of the most memorable dresses to be seen on the red carpet, ever! How could we forget this vintage Valentino gown?
Renée Zellweger, 2001:
Renée simply shone in this heavenly lemony draped Carolina Herrera gown. Complete with soft curls and a sweep of red lippy, the star looked utterly edible!
Gwyneth Paltrow, 1999
Gwyn's petal-pink taffeta gown by Ralph Lauren she wore the year she picked up an Oscar for Shakespeare in Love was classic yet dreamy.
Halle Berry, 2002:
After stealing the show on the red carpet in this sexy Elie Saab gown, Halle continued to steal the show by winning her first Academy Award for Monsters Ball.
Angelina Jolie, 2004:
This daring satin dress, by South African designer Marc Bouwer, had everyone's tongues lapping on the floor as Ange made her way down the red carpet.
Charlize Theron, 2004:
Charlize's glimmering Gucci gown she wore the year she accepted her award for her role in Monster was a firm reminder that a simple gown can be just as memorable.
Sienna Miller, 2004:
This green Matthew Williamson dress marked the beginning of Sienna's signature boho-style. The beautiful Brit star has since continued to pull off hippie-inspired outfits with such flair!
Hilary Swank, 2005:
How could we ever forget this sexy backless Guy Laroche gown Hilary wore the year she won an Oscar for Million Dollar Baby? So simple from the front, yet so sultry from the back, this was a showstopper if we ever saw one!
Terry Pheto, 2006:
Our lovely local girl made us proud by bringing home an Oscar and looking absolutely sensational while doing it.
Michelle Williams, 2006:
Michelle's canary yellow Vera Wang gown took the Dawson's Creek star from her character as tomboyish Jen to magnificent Michelle - and kicked off the mustard trend!
Keira Knightley, 2006:
Keira's burgundy Vera Wang one-shoulder gown absolutely oozed Hollywood glamour! Paired with soft a smoky eye and a striking necklace, the star blew us all away.
Reese Witherspoon, 2006:
Reese's magical beaded vintage Christian Dior gown is believed to have once belonged to royalty! She wore it year she took home her Oscar for her role in Walk The Line, and proved her acting skills are as great as her red carpet style.
Gwyneth Paltrow, 2007:
This dusty peach Zac Posen gown didn't only show off the Gwyn's enviable figure, but complete with diamond cuffs and chandelier earrings, made her look like a true glamourzon.
Naomi Watts 2007:
Simple yet sleek, Naomi's pale yellow custom-made Escada gown was a dress everyone couldn't help but notice (little did we know she was concealing her baby bump)! Complete with Chopard jewellery and retro curls, how could you go wrong?
Looking like a true diva in a gold and black fishtail gown and au natural makeup, Beyoncé really brought the glamour to the red carpet!
Sandra Bullock, 2010:
After capturing our hearts in The Blindside, Sandra walked the red carpet in a glimmering gold Marchesa gown and side swept 'do, before she took home her Academy Award for Best Actress.
Cate Blanchett, 2011:
This pale purple Givenchy gown was strong, so feminine and just so true to Cate's style!
Anne Hathaway, 2011:
Anne's crimson Valentino Couture number set against her pale skin and dark hair was an absolute hit.
Florence Welch 2011:
Florence took us on a trip back in time when she stunned in this soft lace tiered Valentino gown. Dreamy!
Penelope Cruz, 2007:
In this Atelier Versace gown, Penelope reminded us that if ever there was a time to bring the drama, it would be the night of the Oscars.
Marion Cottilard, 2008:
At a time when she was relatively unknown, Marion Cottilard made her mark in this mermaid-esque Jean Paul Gaultier gown and then went on to snap up an Oscar for her role in La Vie en Rose.
Zoe Saldana 2007:
This playful purple Givenchy gown put the fun back into the red carpet. Complete with a beaded bodice and ombre tail, this avant-garde item was a hit.
Mila Kunis, 2011:
Purple perfection! Mila Kunis's lavender Elie Saab number was as delicate and pretty as it gets.
Rooney Mara, 2012:
Proving that an edgy 'do and red lip really can complete a look, Rooney Mara's Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci gown was striking simplicity at its best.
Gwyneth Paltrow, 2012:
Trust Gwyn to rock a cape on the red carpet! The star's Tom Ford ensemble was simple, but oh-so-chic.